Rome, Italy

John Cabot University

An image of The Coliseum in Rome, Italy

Founded in 1972, John Cabot University is licensed by the Department of Education of the State of Delaware, accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, and authorized by the Government of Italy to operate as an American four-year university in Rome.

Located in the heart of the Eternal City, in the beautiful compound of the Italian National Academy of Sciences, John Cabot is a unique place. It combines the best qualities of American liberal arts education, with the history and rich cultural heritage of Rome, a city that is at the same time one of the cradles of western civilization and a vibrant center of international life.

For students interested in the breadth of the liberal arts in majors such as Classical Studies, History, Humanistic Studies, Art History, English Literature and Italian Studies, as well as for those who want to acquire a more practical and hands on approach to Business Administration, Marketing, International Affairs, Economics, Political Science and Communications, John Cabot University, is the place to be.

John Cabot University, with its student body from more than 40 countries, its prestigious and dedicated faculty, and its rich and rigorous curricular offerings, will provide an unforgettable academic experience whose fruits you will enjoy for a lifetime.



Program Details

Program Price: Per Semester $13, 120

The SWS program price covers the cost of standard tuition and registration fees at your host institution.
Tuition includes 15 credits from the below courses for a semester long program.

Eligibility Requirements:
Must be a High School Graduate by Start of Course
Minimum GPA: 2.5
Language Proficiency: Beginner to Intermediate
Application Requirements: Unofficial Transcript
$65 Non-Refundable Application Fee
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**Prices and Courses are subject to change, please contact SWS staff for the most up-to-date information.

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Course Schedule

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Code Title Contact Hours Credit Semester
AH 152 Introduction to Western Art II: Renaissance to Modern Art 45 3 Spring
AH 181 Politics and Power in Roman Architecture: Augustus to Mussolini (On-site) 45 3 Spring, Summer I, Fall
AH 190-1 Cities, Towns & Villas: Rome, Ostia, Pompeii (On-site; Mandatory Field Trip to Pompeii) 45 3 Spring, Fall
AH 196 Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art 45 3 Spring
AH 199 Roma Aeterna: The Eternal City through the Ages 45 3 Spring
AH 221 The Etruscans and the Origins of Rome (Mandatory Field Trip) 45 3 Spring
AH 223 The Art and Architecture of the Roman Empire (Mandatory Field Trip) 45 3 Spring
AH 290-1 Ancient Rome and Its Monuments (On-site) 45 3 Spring, Summer I & II, Fall
AH 296 Italian High Renaissance Art (Mandatory Field Trip) 45 3 Spring, Fall
AH 298 Baroque Rome and Its Monuments (On-site) 45 3 Spring, Summer II, Fall
AH 340 Theories and Methods of Art History (Prerequisite: One course in Art History) 45 3 Spring
AH 352 Rome in the Age of Augustus (Prerequisite: One course in Art History or Classical Studies or permission of the Instructor) 45 3 Spring
AH 380 Mannerism: Pontormo to El Greco (Prerequisite: One course in Art History; Mandatory Field Trip to Florence) 45 3 Spring
AH 480 Senior Thesis 45 3 Spring, Fall
AH/RL 260 Early Christian and Byzantine Art (On-site; Mandatory Field Trip) 45 3 Spring
AH/RL 398 Spirituality and Transcendence in Modern Art (Prerequisite: One course in Art History, Religious Studies, Anthropology or Philosophy) 45 3 Spring
ARCH 101 Introduction to Classical Archaeology 45 3 Spring
AS 110-1 Drawing - Rome Sketchbook 45 3 Spring, Summer I, Fall
AS 199-1 Basic Photography (Traditional Film Photography) 45 3 Spring, Fall
AS 204 Beginning Painting 45 3 Spring, Fall
AS 212 Figure Drawing and Painting 45 3 Spring, Fall
AS 289-1 Digital Photography 45 3 Spring
AS 311 Fresco Painting 45 3 Spring
BUS 220 Business Communications (Prerequisite: Junior standing, EN 110) 45 3 Spring, Summer I & II, Fall
BUS 301-1 Business Ethics (Prerequisite: Junior standing) 45 3 Spring & Fall
BUS 330-1 International Business (Prerequisites: Junior standing, EC 202; Recommended: MKT 301) 45 3 Spring & Fall
CL 260-1 Classical Mythology 45 3 Spring & Fall
CL 480 Senior Thesis 45 3 Spring & Fall
CL/HS 231A History of Ancient Rome and Italy 45 3 Spring & Fall
CMS 241/TH 241 Italian Cinema 45 3 Spring, Summer I, Fall
CMS 316 Popular Music and Mass Culture (Prerequisite: COM 220) 45 3 Spring
CMS 399 NEW! Special Topics in Media Studies: Myth and Media - Disney Animated Films (Prerequisite: COM 220; NB) 45 3 Spring & Fall
COM 101-1 Public Speaking: Oral Rhetoric and Persuasion 45 3 Spring & Fall
COM 210/TH 251 Introduction to Cinema 45 3 Spring
COM 220 Media, Culture and Society (Prerequisite: COM 101) 45 3 Spring, Fall
COM 311 Digital Media Culture (Prerequisite: COM 220) 45 3 Spring
COM 480 Media Ethics (Prerequisites: Senior Standing, and completion of three COM or CMS courses at the 300 level) 45 3 Spring
CS 110 Microcomputer Applications 45 3 Spring, Fall
CS 130 Web Design 45 3 Spring, Fall
EC 201 Principles of Microeconomics (Prerequisites: MA 101 or MA 102; Recommended: EN 105) 45 3 Spring & Fall
EC 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics (Prerequisites: EC 202, MA 198) 45 3 Spring
EC 307 Industrial Organization (Prerequisite: EC 201; Recommended: EC 301) 45 3 Spring
EC 316 International Economics (Prerequisites: Junior standing, EC 201, EC 202) 45 3 Spring, Summer I & II, Fall
EC 360 Econometrics (Prerequisites: EC 201, EC 202, MA 197, MA 208 or MA 209) 45 3 Spring
EC 399 NEW! Special Topics in Economics: Global Poverty and Sustainable Development (Prerequisite: Recommended EC 316 or EC 341) 45 3 Spring
EC 480 Senior Thesis 45 3 Spring & Fall
EN 101-1 English Composition I (Prerequisite: Placement) 45 3 Spring, Summer I, Fall
EN 105-1 English Composition II (Prerequisite: Placement or EN 101 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall & Spring
EN 110-1 English Composition III (Prerequisite: Placement or EN 105 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall, Summer II, Spring
EN 198 Introduction to Literature and Criticism (Prerequisite: Placement or EN 110 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall & Spring
EN 205 Introduction to Creative Writing (Prerequisites: EN 110 or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
EN 210 Introduction to Poetry and Poetics (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Spring
EN 231 Survey of English Literature II: Restoration to Romanticism (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Spring
EN 245 Shakespeare (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Spring
EN 302 Romantic Poetry (Prerequisites: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
EN 303 Victorian Novel (Prerequisite: One previous course in English literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
EN 350 Creative Writing Workshop: Fiction (Prerequisites: EN 205 or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
EN 378 Italian Visions: Perceptions of Italy in Literature (Prerequisites: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
EN 380 Junior Seminar (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) 45 3 Spring
EN 405 Literary Theory (Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing) 45 3 Spring
EN 480 Senior Thesis 45 3 Fall & Spring
FIN 201 Financial Accounting 45 3 Fall & Spring
FIN 202-1 Managerial Accounting (Prerequisite: FIN 201) 45 3 Spring
FIN 202-2 Managerial Accounting (Prerequisite: FIN 201) 45 3 Fall & Spring
FIN 301 Finance (Prerequisites: FIN 201, FIN 202, EC 202, MA 208) 45 3 Fall, Summer I, Spring
FIN 302 Financial Management (Prerequisite: FIN 301) 45 3 Spring
HM 380 NEW! Junior Seminar: Traveler's Tales: Voyages and the Human Condition (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) 45 3 Spring
HM 480 Senior Thesis 45 3 Fall & Spring
HS 121 Introduction to Western Civilization II 45 3 Spring
HS 201 Long-Term History of Globalization 45 3 Spring
HS 241 NEW! History of Islam II: Mamluks & Ottomans (1250-1918) 45 3 Spring
HS 262 Modern Europe II: The Age of Imperialism (Recommended: HS 261) 45 3 Fall & Spring
HS 263 Modern Europe III: Europe Since 1945 (Recommended: HS 261, HS 262) 45 3 Fall & Spring
HS 283 The American Experience II: From the Closing of the Frontier to the Present 45 3 Spring
HS 290 Native American History and Traditions (Prerequisite: One previous course in HS) 45 3 Spring
HS 366 Italy from Mussolini to the Crisis of the First Republic (1918 to present) 45 3 Spring
HS 373 A World at Arms: The Second World War 45 3 Spring
HS 399A Special Topics in History: History and Popular Culture: Living with the Past 45 3 Spring
HS 399B Special Topics in History: Ancient Imperialism: Persia, Athens, Rome 45 3 Spring
HS 480 Senior Thesis 45 3 Fall & Spring
HS/CL 231A History of Ancient Rome and Italy 45 3 Fall & Spring
IT 101-13 Introductory Italian I (Multimedia course with a web-based approach; Note: this course carries 4 semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall, Summe I & II, Spring
IT 102-1 Introductory Italian II (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit; Prerequisite: placement or IT 101) 60 4 Fall, Summer I & II, Spring
IT 201-1 Intermediate Italian I (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 102 or IT 103) 45 3 Fall, Summer I, Spring
IT 202-1 Intermediate Italian II (Prerequsite: Placement or IT 201) 45 3 Fall, Spring
IT 103 Intensive Italian I (Note: This course carries 8 semester hours of credit) 120 8 Fall & Spring
IT 203 Intensive Italian II (Multimedia course with a web-based approach; This course, which is the equivalent of 201 + 202, carries 6 semester hours of credit; Prerequisite: Placement, IT 102 or IT 103) 90 6 Fall, Spring
IT 301-1 Conversation and Composition (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 202 or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall & Spring
IT 302 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 301 or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall & Spring
IT 319 The Image of Rome in Italian Literature and Cinema (Prerequisite: Placement, IT 301 or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
IT 321 Survey of Italian Literature II (Prerequisite: Placement, IT 301 or instructor's permission) 45 3 Spring
IT 349 The Divine Comedy (Prerequisite: One previous course in Italian literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
IT 480 Senior Thesis 45 3 Fall & Spring
IT/TH 341 Modern Italian Drama in Translation (Prerequisite: One previous course in English literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
JRN 221 Writing for the Media (Prerequisite: EN 110) 45 3 Fall & Spring
LAT 102 Elementary Latin II (Prerequisite: LAT 101 or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
LAW 219 Legal Environment of Business (Recommended: EN 110) 45 3 Fall & Spring
LAW 323 International Business Law (Prerequisite: Junior standing) 45 3 Spring
MA 101 Intermediate Algebra 45 3 Fall & Spring
MA 102 Finite Mathematics 45 3 Fall & Spring
MA 197 Pre-Calculus (Prerequisite: Placement or MA 101 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall & Spring
MA 198 Calculus I (Prerequisites: Placement or MA 197 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall & Spring
MA 208 Statistics I (Prerequisite: Placement into MA 197 or completion of MA 101 with a C- or above) 45 3 Fall & Spring
MGT 301 Principles of Management (Prerequisite: Junior standing) 45 3 Fall, Summer I, Spring
MGT 310 Organizational Behavior (Prerequisite: MGT 301) 45 3 Fall, Summer II, Spring
MGT 320 Human Resources Management (Prerequisite: MGT 301) 45 3 Spring
MGT 330 Operations Management (Prerequisites: MGT 301, MA 208) 45 3 Fall & Spring
MGT 498 Strategic Management (Prerequisites: Senior standing and completion of all other Business Core courses) 45 3 Fall & Spring
MKT 301 Principles of Marketing (Prerequisite: Junior Standing, EC 201, MA 208) 45 3 Fall, Summer I, Spring
MKT 301-2 Principles of Marketing (Prerequisite: Junior Standing, EC 201, MA 208) 45 3 Fall & Spring
MKT 304 New Product Management (Prerequisite: MKT 301) 45 3 Spring
MKT 330-1 International Marketing (Prerequisite: MKT 301) 45 3 Fall, Summer I, Spring
MKT 330-2 International Marketing (Prerequisite: MKT 301) 45 3 Fall & Spring
MKT 340 E-Marketing (Prerequisite: Junior Standing, MKT 301) 45 3 Spring
MKT 490 Marketing Management (Prerequisite: For majors see catalog: For non majors: MA 208. Recommended: MKT 301, MKT 305, MKT 310) 45 3 Spring
NS 202-1 Global Warming 45 3 Fall & Spring
PH 101 Introduction to Philosophical Thinking 45 3 Fall & Spring
PH 230 Evil Philosophers: Controversial Books in Modern Philosophy 45 3 Fall & Spring
PH 240 Modern Philosophy (Prerequisite: Once course in PH) 45 3 Spring
PH 302 Existentialism 45 3 Spring
PH 304 Philosophy of Art and Beauty (Prerequisite: one previous course in Philosophy or one course in Art History or Aesthetics) 45 3 Fall, Summer I, Spring
PH 399 NEW! Special Topics in Philosophy: Magicians, Heretics, and Scientists in the Age of the Renaissance (Prerequisite: One course in PH) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PH/RL 224 Living the Good Life: Religious and Philosophical Ethics 45 3 Spring
PL 201 American Government 45 3 Spring
PL 209 International Affairs 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 210 Introduction to Political Theory 45 3 Fall, Summer I, Spring
PL 212 International Organizations (Prerequisite: PL 209) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 215 Italian Politics and Society (Recommended: PL 210 or PL 223) 45 3 Fall, Summer I & II, Spring
PL 223 Comparative Politics 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 250 Western European Politics (Prerequisite: PL 223) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 320 Public International Law 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 330 American Foreign Policy (Prerequisite: PL 209) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 340 Political Development in the Third World (Prerequisite: PL 223, Junior standing) 45 3 Spring
PL 355 Eastern European Politics and Societies (Prerequisites: PL 209, PL 223) 45 3 Spring
PL 360 The Political Economy of Globalization (Prerequisite: Junior standing; Recommended: EC 201, EC 202) 45 3 Spring
PL 371 The Sixties (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) 45 3 Spring
PL 372 International Diplomacy and the United Nations (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) 45 3 Spring
PL 399A NEW! Special Topics in Political Science: Terrorism, Security, and Civil Liberties (Prerequisite: Junior standing) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 399B NEW! Special Topics in Political Science: The Politics of Genocide (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 460 Social Science Research Methods (Prerequisite: Junior standing) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PL 480 Senior Thesis 45 3 Fall & Spring
PS 101 General Psychology 45 3 Fall & Spring
PS 221 Child Development (Prerequisite: PS 101) 45 3 Spring
PS 307 Cognitive Psychology (Prerequisite: PS 101) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PS 334 Social Psychology (Prerequisite: PS 101) 45 3 Fall & Spring
PS 399 NEW! Special Topics in Psychology: Theories of Personality (Prerequisite: PS 101) 45 3 Spring
RL 101 Introduction to the Study of Religion 45 3 Fall & Spring
RL 254 Pathways of Faith 45 3 Fall & Spring
RL 299 NEW! Special Topics in Religious Studies: Mystics, Saints, and Sinner: Medieval Catholic Culture 45 3 Spring
RL/AH 260 Early Christian and Byzantine Art (On-site; Mandatory Field Trip) 45 3 Spring
RL/AH 398 Spirituality and Transcendence in Modern Art (Prerequisite: On course in Art History, Religious Studies, Anthropology or Philosophy) 45 3 Spring
RL/PH 224 Living the Good Life: Theories in Religion and Philosophical Ethics 45 3 Spring
TH /IT 341 Modern Italian Drama in Translation (Prerequisite: One previous course in English literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Spring
TH 251/COM 210 Introduction to Cinema 45 3 Spring & Fall
AH 291 Medieval Rome and Its Monuments (On-site - class fee Euro 40 or $ 52) 45 3 Summer I
AH 375 Selected Topics in Baroque Art 45 3 Summer I
AH 376 Michelangelo (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History) 45 3 Summer I
AS 289 Digital Photography 45 3 Summer I & II, Fall
CL 299 A NEW! Special Topics in Classical Studies: Ancient Eats: Food in Ancient Rome (class fee Euro 40 or $ 52) 45 3 Summer I
CL 299 B NEW! Special Topics in Classical Studies: Ancient Rome in the Cinema 45 3 Summer I
COM 399 NEW! Special Topics in Communications: Communication Rhetoric of Dissent and Cultural Resistance 45 3 Summer I
CW 205 Introduction to Creative Writing 45 3 Summer I
EN 221 NEW! Masterpieces of World Literature 45 3 Summer I
FIN 312 Investments Analysis (Prerequisite: FIN 301) 45 3 Summer I
FIN 330 International Finance (Prerequisite: FIN 301) 45 3 Summer I
HS 368 The Other America 45 3 Summer I
ITS 299 NEW! Special Topics in Italian Studies (in English) Language, Culture and Italian Identity 45 3 Summer I
MGT 426 International Management 45 3 Summer I
PL 399 NEW! Special Topics in Political Science: Contemporary Slavery and Human Trafficking 45 3 Summer I
RL 225 Mystic, Saints, and Sinners (Studies in Medieval Catholic Culture) (On-site - activity fee €40 or $52) 45 3 Summer I
Soc Sci 299 NEW! Special Topics in Sociology: Sociology of Southern Italy 45 3 Summer I
CL260 Classical Mythology 45 3 Summer II, Fall
CMS/TH 242 NEW! Realism and Modernism in Italian Film 45 3 Summer II
COM 101 Public Speaking: Oral Rhetoric and Persuasion 45 3 Summer II
COM 220 Media, Culture and Society 45 3 Summer II
COM 399A NEW! Special Topics in Communications: Intercultural Communications 45 3 Summer II
COM 399B NEW! Special Topics in Communications: Survey of Rhetoric 45 3 Summer II
CW 205 Introduction to Creative Writing 45 3 Summer II
MKT 350 Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations 45 3 Summer II
MUS 299 NEW! Special Topics in Music: Italian Opera 45 3 Summer II
PL 290 Moles, Spies and Terrorists 45 3 Summer II
TH/CMS 242 NEW! Realism and Modernism in Italian Film 45 3 Summer II
AH 141 NEW! World Art I: Visual Culture from the Stone Age to Late Antiquity 45 3 Fall
AH 143 NEW! World Art III: Visual Culture of the Renaissance and Baroque World (partially on-site) 45 3 Fall
AH 240 Introduction to Art Historical Thinking 45 3 Fall
AH 280 Northern Renaissance Art 45 3 Fall
AH 291 Medieval Rome and Its Monuments (On-site: activity fee €25 or $33) 45 3 Fall
AH 295 Early Italian Renaissance Art (Mandatory Field Trip: students will pay for travel and lodging) 45 3 Fall
AH 330 European Art and Architecture: 1780-1880 (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall
AH 330H European Art and Architecture: 1780-1880 (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History or permission of the instructor; This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
AH 341 Issues and Trends in Contemporary Art (Prerequisite: one previous course in Art History or permission of the Instructor) 45 3 Fall
AH 360 NEW! Selected Topics in Ancient Art: Roman Europe - the Final Frontier (Prerequisite: one previous course in Art History or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall
AH 360H NEW! Special Topics in Art History: Roman Europe - the Final Frontier (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History or permission of the instructor; This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
CL 278 Literature and Society in Ancient Rome 45 3 Fall
CMS 360 Race and Gender in Cinema-TV (Prerequisite: COM 220) 45 3 Fall
CMS 360H Race and Gender in Cinema-TV (Prerequisite: COM 220; This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
CMS/TH 242 NEW! Realism and Modernism in Italian Film (NB: This course carries 3 semester hours of credit) 45 3 Fall
COM 470 Advanced Communication Theory (Prerequisites: Senior Standing and completion of three 300 level COM or CMS courses) 45 3 Fall
COM/PL 399 NEW! Special Topics in Communications and Political Science: Free Speech in a Comparative Perspective 45 3 Fall
COM/PL 399H NEW! Special Topics in Communications and Political Science: Free Speech in a Comparative Perspective (This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
CW 205 Introduction to Creative Writing 45 3 Fall
EC 301 Intermediate Microeconomics (Prerequisites: EC 201, MA 198) 45 3 Fall
EC 341 Economics of Development (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 201, EC 202) 45 3 Fall
EC 350 History of Economic Doctrines (Prerequisites: EC 201, EC 202, EN 110) 45 3 Fall
EC 371 Money, Banking and Capital Markets (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 201, EC 202) 45 3 Fall
EN 200 Introduction to the Novel (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall
EN 223 Survey of American Literature (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall
EN 230 Survey of English Literature I: The Beginnings to Milton (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall
EN 232 Survey of English Literature III: 1832-1940 (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall
EN 299 NEW! Special Topics in English Literature: Literature and Creative Writing - How to Read Like a Writer 45 3 Fall
EN 315 Selected Topics in American Literature: The Modern American Novel (Prerequisite: one previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall
EN 346 Study of the Works of a Single Modern Writer: Harper Lee (Prerequisite: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall
EN 346H Study of the Works of a Single Modern Writer: Harper Lee (Prerequisite: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor; This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
FIN 330 International Finance (Prerequisite: FIN 301) 45 3 Fall
FIN 330H International Finance (Prerequisite: FIN 301; This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
HS 120 Introduction to Western Civilization I 45 3 Fall
HS 240 History of Islam I: The Golden Age of Islam 45 3 Fall
HS 260 Early Modern Europe: Absolutism and Revolutions 45 3 Fall
HS 261 Modern Europe I: The Age of Nationalism 45 3 Fall
HS 280 The American Experience I: From the First Colonies to the Closing of the Frontier 45 3 Fall
HS 365 Italy from the Risorgimento to the First World War (1815-1918) 45 3 Fall
HS 365H Italy from the Risorgimento to the First World War (1815-1918) (This course carries four semester hours of credit) 45 3 Fall
HS 371 The American 20th Century (Prerequisites: Junior standing, one previous course in History) 45 3 Fall
HS 374 Hitler and Mussolini: the Fascist and National Socialist Movements and Regimes (Prerequisite: Junior Standing, one previous course in History) 45 3 Fall
HS 374H Hitler and Mussolini: the Fascist and National Socialist Movements (Prerequisite: Junior Standing, one previous course in History; This course carries four semester hours of credit)) 60 4 Fall
HS/PH 223 Historical and Philosophical Aspects of the Italian Renaissance 45 3 Fall
IT 315 Selected Topics in Italian Literature: Magic in Italian Literature (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 301 or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall
IT 320 Survey of Italian Literature I (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 301 or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall
ITS 299 Special Topics in Italian Studies (in English): Language, Culture and Italian Identity 45 3 Fall
LAT 101 Introduction to Latin I 45 3 Fall
LAT 282 Directed Readings in Latin 45 3 Fall
MA 209 Statistics II (Prerequisites: CS 110, MA 208 with a grade of C- or above) 45 3 Fall
MGT 426 International Management (Prerequisite: MGT 301) 45 3 Fall
MKT 305 Market and Marketing Research (Prerequisite: MKT 301; Recommended: MA 209) 45 3 Fall
MKT 310 Consumer Behavior (Prerequisite: MKT 301) 45 3 Fall
MKT 350 Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations (Prerequisite: MKT 301) 45 3 Fall
MKT 350H Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations (Prerequisite: MKT 301; This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
MUS 101 Introduction to Music 45 3 Fall
NS 240 Concepts in Genetics 45 3 Fall
PH / HS 223 Historical and Philosophical Aspects of the Italian Renaissance 45 3 Fall
PH 210 Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy 45 3 Fall
PL 290 Moles, Spies and Terrorists 45 3 Fall
PL 315 Institutions and Policies of the European Union (Prerequisite: PL 223) 45 3 Fall
PL 320H Public International Law (This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
PL 330H American Foreign Policy (Prerequisite: PL 209; This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
PL 370 Nationalism, Ethnicity and Integration in Europe (Prerequisite: Junior Standing; Recommended: PL 209, HS 263) 45 3 Fall
PL 399AH NEW! Special Topics: Emerging Powers in Asia - Politics in India and China (Prerequisite: Junior Standing; This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
PL/COM 399 NEW! Special Topics in Communications and Political Science 45 3 Fall
PL/COM 399H NEW! Special Topics in Communications and Political Science (This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
PS 254 Abnormal Psychology (Prerequisite: PS 101) 45 3 Fall
RL 221 History of the Catholic Church 45 3 Fall
RL 225 Mystic, Saints, and Sinners: Studies in Medieval Catholic Culture (On-site - activity fee €40 or $52) 45 3 Fall
RL 225H Mystics, Saints, and Sinners: Studies in Medieval Catholic Culture (On-site: activity fee €40 or $52; This course carries four semester hours of credit) 60 4 Fall
SOC SCI 225 Sociology of Southern Italy 45 3 Fall
TH 251/COM 210 Introduction to Cinema (NB: This course only carries three semester hours of credit) 45 3 Fall
TH 340 Modern European Drama (Prerequisite: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) 45 3 Fall
TH/CMS 241 Italian Cinema (NB: This course carries only three semester hours of credit) 45 3 Fall
TH/CMS 242 NEW! Realism and Modernism in Italian Film (NB: This course carries only three semester hours of credit) 45 3 Fall

**Please contact SWS staff for course description information.